B&B @ The Redwoods
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... me and has decided to drop back away from this maniac. He later tells me there was smoke coming from the side of my luge where it was scraping on the ground as I was only on one of my three wheels. I seriously thought I had lost it for a moment and was considering what would the best stuff to fall on when I fell out of the cart. Anyway safely to the bottom eventually with Murray happy to still be in front and oblivious to the ...
... top of the head and ground out through feet ( which I believe is the same principle as the Chinese believe when doing tai chi/reflexology etc. So a barefoot connection to the earth is a good way to get your qi flowing. (Or whatever the Maori version of that is) Once back at the venue, I was told to strip to my undies and adopt the Position! Face down and prepare for pain is what I usually expect from these type of things! What I wasn't expecting was to have pressure points on ...
... surprised and this is the most traffic we have encountered since Wellington. I just pictured it small, cute, and picturesque. That it is vibrant, busy, and big is what it is. After our experience in the south Island where everything exceeded our expectations this was a shock. Not a disappointment as we were still excited to be here but it was not what we expected. That was probably our fault, not Rotorua's.
We passed the cable cars and the luge not too sure ...
Woke up at 6 pm it was a lovely morning. All of our fellow wild campers were still asleep. Quick breakfast toast done the special Sylvia way fried in a little butter, as we did not have electricity for the toaster! Then on our way. We had decided to take the unmade road to Rotorua. The guide book told us it is 70 km of un-made road. Yesterday our wine guide Vince had told us it was not a good idea in a camper van. ...
... The area is largely dairy and fruit farming, but did not become so until 1930 when cobalt introduced in fertilizers eradicated a bush sickness that left the land almost barren and unproductive.
The kiwi fruit trees are plentiful in the area and grow below vines that are strung tent-like above the tree and the orchards are protected by massive hedges 2-3 stories high, which are immaculately maintained ...